- JEFFREY WEISS, Dallas Morning News on March 5, 2014, 9:45 PM CT (1846 days ago)
North Texans cautiously optimistic about SAT changes
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North Texans cautiously optimistic about SAT changes
Dallas mayor wants council discussion of school petition drive — just not now
Ralph Hall says he’ll battle door to door to keep House seat
SMU's Brown after loss to Louisville: 'We weren't prepared the way they were'
Last abortion clinic in the Rio Grande Valley closes
Mavericks fall to Nuggets, 115-110, drop to 8th in Western Conference
Is there room for everyone at Dallas Love Field?
Texas wife congratulates cheating husband and his pregnant mistress on newspaper listing
BY JACOB UNRUHNORMAN — It’s been quite the whirlwind for Norman North quarterback John Kolar since Oct.Read more on NewsOK.com
Louisville lowers the boom, hands SMU first home defeat, 84-71
Leading up to the start of Oklahoma State's spring practice, we have been publishing a series the last few weeks in which Robert Allen has been evaluating each and every player in the Cowboys football program, comparing where they currently stand on the team with what they have accomplished, and what their chances are of moving up on the depth chart next season.
By Jason KerseyCollege football’s up-tempo offenses emerged unscathed Wednesday from a recent attempt to curb them. The NCAA Football Rules Committee withdrew its proposal to force offenses to wait 10 seconds before snapping the ball, except in the final two minutes of each half and when the play clock begins at 25 seconds. The 12-member rules committee decided to table the proposal after a teleconference Wednesday, according to a USA Today report.Read more on NewsOK.com
John Kolar proved last season at Norman (Okla.) North he could play quarterback and had the potential to take his game to the collegiate level. He came on to replace David Cornwell, a quarterback who signed with Alabama. Kolar finished the Timberwolves season completing 109 of 169 passes for 65 percent and 1,693 yards with a very impressive 15 touchdown passes and just two interceptions.
By John HelsleyLast week at this time, Oklahoma State stood flimsily on the NCAA Tournament bubble, seriously needing wins. Statement wins. Now a week later – with statement’s made against Kansas and Kansas State – college basketball’s bracketologists like the Cowboys’ status much better. Several analysts have OSU up to a No.Read more on NewsOK.com
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NCAA shoots down 10-second rule Baylor's Art Briles called 'insane'
Oklahoma State equestrian senior Samantha Harrison was named Big 12 Equitation on the Flat Rider of the Month for February, the conference announced today.
The No. 15 Oklahoma State men's tennis team will hit the courts in Stillwater for the first time in over a month on Friday when the Cowboys host 21st-ranked Wake Forest at 2:30 p.m.
Stockman expects to run statewide again despite being trounced by Cornyn
Dallas County starts warning of West Nile despite the lingering cold
Facebook to police gun-for-sale posts, and NRA is wary
Sorority pins valued at $1.5M stolen from Tri Delta headquarters in Arlington
Rawlings cuts off questions on Dallas ISD home-rule push, promises briefing at later date
Norman (Okla.) North quarterback John Kolar made his second trek to the Oklahoma State campus on Wednesday with his parents to meet with head coach Mike Gundy and Cowboys offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich. We had seen Kolar and his parents on his first trip to Stillwater when he was eating lunch with Yurcich and his wife at Karsten Creek. Kolar told us he enjoyed that trip.
Jacob UnruhOklahoma State picked up its first commitment from the 2015 recruiting class Wednesday morning when Norman North quarterback John Kolar announced his commitment via Twitter. Kolar, who is 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds, started last season as a backup to Alabama signee David Cornwell, but took over midway through the season when Cornwell suffered a season-ending knee injury. He completed 65 percent of his passes and 15 touchdowns, while throwing just two interceptions.Read more on NewsOK.com
Denton-based Sally Beauty is latest retailer to say it's investigating possible data breach
Oklahoma State's women's tennis team will host 14th-ranked Oklahoma in a non-conference Bedlam battle at the Greenwood Tennis Center on Sunday, March 9. The match is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.
Oklahoma State's Coaches Chalk Talk series continues with receivers coach Kasey Dunn bringing fans into the film room to illustrate why two-time Biletnikoff Award winner Justin Blackmon was so effective during his time with the Cowboys.
Dallas police officer pleads guilty to family violence charge, awaits disciplinary hearing
The Big 12 Conference has announced that seven Oklahoma State wrestlers have been named to the 2014 Academic All-Big 12 wrestling team.
Oklahoma State's Jordan Niebrugge was named February's Big 12 Golfer of the Month it was announced by the league office. It was Niebrugge's first monthly honor.
Oklahoma State has extended just a handful of offers to in-state prospects for the class of 2015. Head coach Mike Gundy and offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich made a surprising move in becoming the first school to offer Norman North quarterback John Kolar. We now have Kolar's junior highlights to evaluate, and after watching it, the offer isn't surprising at all - except perhaps in that more schools haven't followed.
RadioShack board approves executive promotions, raises, retention bonus for CEO
Johnson County man burned in house explosion near Cleburne
Down in the southeast corner of the Sherman Smith Indoor Training Center two Oklahoma State offensive teammates, quarterback J.W. Walsh and wide receiver Jhajuan Seales, took two turns at rock, paper, scissors before deciding that Seales would pick first.
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